Democrats' Long-Sought Plan for Lowering Drug Costs Is at Hand
10 days ago - By New York Times
Empowering Medicare to negotiate prices directly with drug makers has been a Democratic goal for 30 years, one the pharmaceutical industry has fought ferociously.
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